"The critical part about what's been happening and what climate change is forcing us to do is: We have to look more at the extremes," said Tom Buschatzke, director of Arizona's Department of Water Resources, said in an interview. "We've got to plan for the low end."
More than a quarter of insurtechs will leave the insurance marketplace in 2023 - just a couple years after investments in the space were at an all-time high, according to predictions from research and consulting firm Forrester.
High claims inflation and rising reinsurance costs are among the factors that prompted analysts at Moody’s Investors Service to change their outlook for the global property/casualty sector from stable to negative.
Greg Jacobs, Director, Commercial Auto Product Management at Verisk, discusses how data, analytics, and digital transformation are reshaping the industry and delivering benefits for underwriting leaders and their customers.
a new study published in JAMA Network Open is the first analysis to show both the sheer magnitude of firearm fatalities in the U.S. over the past 32 years and the growing disparities by race/ethnicity, age, and geographic location.
Police and federal law enforcement officers are among 20 people from multiple states saying they were wounded by a popular type of Sig Sauer pistol, the latest lawsuit alleging that the gun is susceptible to going off on its own.
The ingredients are aligning for parts of Florida to be active for wildfires in 2023, despite two hurricanes making landfall in 2022, leading to torrential rainfall. Outlooks recently released by the National Interagency Fire Center show the probability of above-normal wildfire potential to grow in...